Aquacrete is set for further growth in the mining and civil sectors following the completion of a significant stage in the improvement project at its Western Australian manufacturing plant.
Aimed at maximising plant efficiencies whilst ensuring stringent product quality management, the project has included a plant-wide electrical upgrade as well as the introduction of new fans and an additional automated batching plant.
The construction of a new workshop will facilitate on-site fabrication and maintenance to further reduce plant downtimes, while extensions to the site’s main storage area will enhance the company’s product processing efficiency.
“This is an exciting step for Aquacrete. The improvements will ensure a consistently safe and efficient working environment for our staff, allowing for an increase in productivity, a reduction in plant downtime and sustained quality control to continuously meet our customer demands,” John Whitfield, Aquacrete managing director, says.
“We are proud to offer a range of Australian-manufactured products from locally sourced raw materials. Combining this with our commitment to stringent quality standards and technical expertise in the design and development of our products, we are well placed for future growth.”
With almost 20 years experience in the development, manufacture and installation of safer and stronger shotblast solutions, Aquacrete provides strata and ventilation control solutions that contribute to an efficient and cost saving tool for mining and civil operations.